Nov 20, 2012 12:00am EST
hamas thinks. listening to them speaking in cairo, there was agreed deal of spin for the domestic audience that their goals have been achieved achieved, their victorious. perhaps he was laying the groundwork. that is not clear. but if there is no cease-fire, an escalation is almost certain. >> thank you for your report. please be careful. will the israel/bozell conflict escalated to a ground war? let us know what you think or follow me on twitter. tensions in the mideast driving mikasa of $90 a barrel to keep you apprised of the latest. the pipeline that will bring gas to their key ally and construction will be finished by the second half of 2013. drivers may get some relief at the pump, the national average has dropped by more than 1/4 at $3.41. aaa estimates millions will hit the road for the weekend. going ahead first to the cliff. we have one of reagan's top economic advisers. with the three things a bombast to do twos save us. >> who killed america's sweetest cowboy? i say it is the union. somebody will disagree. coming up. ♪ lissa:y, w some newsbr melissa: we have breaking
Nov 28, 2012 12:00am EST
the cairo with the latest. what is happening there? >> these protests have been going on for five days and they have been getting stronger each day. this is the largest rally we've seen. perhaps as many as 100,000 people packing into tahrir square behind me. really a mix of people from different political parties. they're really united by one thing. anger over the move i about the president really to give him the power to issue any decree and make himself above the law beyond the reach of egypt's courts. throughout the day we saw street battles between protesters, especially younger protesters on sde streets battling with police. tear gas back and forth. rocks back and forth. police sometimes picking up rocks throwing at protesters. a total of four people have been killed so far in the protests. we're waiting a watching to see what the people who support president morsi, the muslim brotherhood will do. they had a major march today. they canceled it. they are concerned having th groups on the street at the same time could prove more violent than what we've seen before. back to you in ne
Nov 29, 2012 12:00am EST
judges going against morsi. going on strike. we have the latest in cairo. look at that. >>> what is re likely, winning tonight's powerball jackpot, because i'm going to win it, or getting kid in a bee attack, 28 times over? if you answered the bee attack you're right. one man defied lottery odds ven times to win. he will tell us how to win. i have my own ticket. i'm going to win. do you ever have, here it is. this is the winning ticket. do you ever have too much money? ♪ melissa: more violent protests in egypt over president morsi's unprecedented power grab. today that country's highest court even suspended work in protest. demonstrators continued to clash with police near tahrir square. fox news's steve harrigan filed this report from cairo. >> melissa, protesters out in force again for the sixth night in a row but numbers are down from what we saw last night when as many as 200,000 peoe were in tahrir square protesting moves by egypt's president mohammed morsi and many calling for his downfall. the protests were reminiscent of those that helped to fall hosni mubarak two years ago.
Nov 19, 2012 5:00pm EST
the table. if you look at the chief speaking in cairo today, in part the peace talks arguably a great deal for the domestic audience in gaza suggesting some goals have been achieved, and if there is a cease-fire, perhaps lay the groundwork for that earlier today. not entirely clear. the next 24-48 hours, it is almost certain. melissa: thank you for your report, please be careful. so here is our question of the day, wit will be israel-gaza conflict escalate into a ground war? would lovwe would love to hear u have to say. time now for the fuel gauge report, crude oil futures rallied today closing at a one-month high. tensions in the mideast drive in the cost up nearly $90 per barrel. we will keep an eye on that situation for the latest. iran announcing they have begun construction on a $10 billion pipeline that will bring natural gas to their key ally, syria. iran's state-run news agency says construction will be finished by the second half of 2013. drivers might get some relief at the pump just in time for thanksgiving. aaa reports the national average for a gallon of regular gas has d